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County Borough Councils
37
Representation of
39
Classification of schools
41
Proprietary Schools
49
The University Extension Movement
55
AND ART AND THEIR RELATION TO GRANTS MADE BY LOCAL AUTHORITIES Page
60
Defects in present system of grants 61
61
Second and Third grade schools
62
DEFICIENCY OF MEANS FOR TRANSFERRING PUPILS FROM ONE GRADE OF EDUCATION TO ANOTHER 69 Need of scholarships
63
DEFECTS OF ORGANISATION Authorities 70 Central anthorities
64
Local authorities
65
Overlapping from oversupply
66
Overlapping from lower school doing work of higher
67
Overlapping of technical and secondary schools 76 Overlapping from higher school doing work of lower
69
Questions connected with the Internal Organisation of Schools 77 Need of training for secondary teachers
70
Attempts to supply training for secondary teachers
71
Needs of higher elementary schools
72
Tenure of office of teacher
73
Social distinctions in secondary schools
74
SOME CONSIDERATIONS RELATING ESPECIALLY TO THE SECONDARY EDUCATION OF GIRLS 75 86 Eudowments for girls
75
Increased interest in education of girls 87 Proprietary schools for girls
76
Quantity and quality of demand for Secondary Education for girls
77
Mixed schools
78
REVIEW OF EVIDENCE WITH DISCUSSION OF SUGGESTIONS MADE BY CERTAIN WITNESSES Page 1 Witnesses examined
81
Written answers to questions issued by Commission
83
Order of Topics in Part III
84
THE CENTRAL AUTHORITY 5 What it is wanted to do
85
The Minister of Education
86
Organisation of Department of Education
87
THE CHARITY COMMISSION Analysis of Evidence 8 Present position of Charity Commission
88
Changes suggested
89
3 Separation of educational from noneducational charities
90
5 Mr Stevensons plan?
91
Comparison and Criticism of Proposals 11 Conflict of opinion
93
Criticism of plans suggested
95
3 ac Plans for partial transference of functions of Charity Commission
96
d Plan for complete transference
97
THE SCIENCE AND ART DEPARTMENT Analysis of Evidence 14 Criticism by witnesses of present system as regards instruction
98
as it affects organi sation
100
Discussion and Criticism of Evidence 17 Advantages of amalgamation with Ministry of Education
101
THE COUNCIL TO ASSIST THE MINISTER
104
B THE LOCAL AUTHORITY
110
las suggested
115
Expert members
117
Mode of election of expert members
123
General relation of the Universities to Professional Education for Teachers
125
c Universities or university colleges
127
Organisation
147
Remarks on failure of upper departments attached to elemen
154
Advantages and disadvantages 159
160
Authorities for Examination
166
General demand for increased provision of scholarships
167
Evils of scholarship system in the larger endowed schools
173
Parliamentary Grants
175
Desire for removal of educational restrictions
179
Science and Art grants
180
Changes suggested
181
Opinion of witnesses as to need of further State aid
182
Insufficiency of data for determining the question
183
Suggestions for free education to a limited extent
184
Arguments against free education
185
Conclusion
186
Considerations to be taken into account
187
Suggestions for classification of register
197
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION OF TEACHERS 115 Antagonistic evidence
198
Arguments adduced
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117
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Relation of theory and practice
201
Length of course
202
Effect of age of matriculation on secondary schools
231
stions involved
248
Provision for elder scholars from sccondary schools
249
PART IV
256
expedient so to
264
Framing of regulations for inspection of schools and conduct
265
Constitution of council
266
Obligation to make adequate provision for secondary instruction
273
Appointment of inspectors
279
down
283
Determination of curriculum should be left to local authorities
284
Relation of technical to general secondary schools
285
Classification
286
Endowments connected with elementary schools
287
Noneducational endowments
288
Schemes laid before Parliament
289
And coordinated with other secondary schools in the district
290
and Institutes 93 Should be under jurisdiction of local authority
291
Proprietary and Private Schools 95 Principles regulating their treatment
292
Conditions of continued recognition
293
Right of appeal to Central Office
294
Upper departments in elementary schools
296
Provision of technical instruction
297
Nomination loy central authority
298
Submission of accounts to local authority
299
Kinds of scholarships tenable at secondary schools
300
Value of scholarships
301
Provision of free places in return for public grant
302
Need for reform of scholarship system in nonlocal endowed schools
303
Central Office should regulate but not conduct examinations 304
304
Inspection of Schools 131 Appointment and qualification of inspectors
305
Administrative and educational inspection
306
Sources of income available
307
Their proper function
308
greement as to need and aims of registration
318
ilties in the way of election by teachers
329
Arrangements for transacting business of council
333
vinions as to compulsory registration
352
The Science and Art Department
363
fference largely due to circumstances which have changed 195
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Success of labours of universities and university colleges
441
Powers and Functions of the Central Authority for Secondary Education
8
igonistic evidence
26
Representation of managers of public elementary schools
36
Right to make representations to the central office
67
Opinion of teachers favourable to universities as agencies
72
6 Apprenticeship in Schools Observations on the apprentice
121
Objections to simultaneous written examinations
170
ship of teachers in England 203
203
Suggestions for its development 204
204
or special treatment of London
273
Methods of treating question of provision of schools
282
olleges for Teachers Observations on English Training
367
pprenticeship in Schools Observations on the apprentice
540
stions for its development
583
two parts
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Página iv - Presents give and grant unto you, or any three or more of you, full power to call before you such persons as you shall judge likely to afford you any information upon the subject of this Our Commission ; to call for information in writing and also to call for, have access to and examine all such books, documents, registers and records as may afford you the fullest information on the subject, and to inquire of and concerning the premises by all other lawful ways and means whatsoever...
Página 136 - No definition of technical instruction is possible that does not bring it under the head of secondary education, nor can secondary education be so defined as absolutely to exclude from it the idea of technical instruction.
Página iv - And we do further ordain that you, or any three or more of you, have liberty to report your proceedings under this Our Commission from time to time if you shall judge it expedient so to do: And our further will and pleasure is that you do, with as little delay as possible, report to Us under your hands and seals, or under the hands and seals of any three or more of you, your opinion upon the matters herein submitted for your consideration...
Página 136 - And secondary instruction is technical, ie, it teaches the boy so to apply the principles he is learning, and so to learn the principles by applying them, or so to use the instruments he is being made to know, as to perform or produce something, interpret a literature or a science, make a picture or a book, practise a plastic or a manual art, convince a jury or persuade a senate, translate or annotate an author, dye wool, weave cloth, design or construct a machine, navigate a ship, or command an...
Página iv - We do by these Presents will and ordain that this Our Commission shall continue in full force and virtue, and that you, Our said Commissioners, or any three or more of you may from time to time proceed in the execution thereof, and of every matter and thing therein contained, although the same be not continued from time to time by adjournment. AND...
Página iv - We do further give and grant unto you, or any three or more of you, full power to call before you such persons as you shall judge likely to afford you any information upon the subject of this Our Commission; and also to call for, have access to and examine all such books, documents, registers and records as may afford you the fullest information on the subject and to inquire of and concerning the premises by all other lawful ways and means whatsoever...
Página iii - The scope of the commission was nothing less than : to consider what are the best methods of establishing a well-organised system of secondary education in England, taking into account existing deficiencies, and having regard to such local sources of revenue from endowments and otherwise as are available or may be made available for this purpose and to make recommendations accordingly.
Página 16 - ... depends on the knowledge he already possesses of them. The idea of technical instruction as a means for the formation of citizens capable of producing or distributing wealth, has taken hold, though in varying degrees of intelligence and intensity, of both our old borough councils and our new county councils, and hence has come a concern for that kind of education that we might otherwise have looked for in vain.
Página 40 - ... namely, — Doles in money or kind ; Marriage portions ; Redemption of prisoners and captives ; Relief of poor prisoners for debt ; Loans ; Apprenticeship fees ; Advancement in life, or Any purposes which have failed altogether...
Página 328 - But we attach no less importance to the faults of dullness and barrenness to which so many lives are condemned by the absence of those capacities for intellectual enjoyment which ought to be awakened in youth. In an age of increasing leisure and luxury, when men have more time and opportunity for pleasure, and pursue it more eagerly, it becomes all...

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